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The scenes were scattered throughout the duration of the film, ridding it of boring timelines. The pacing of the film was enough for me to continue to pay attention to the smallest of details, some that I feel held the most meaning. Some scenes were cut to inject dramatic and surprising emotions suddenly at important points. In the beginning alone, the sound of the nail being pounded into the man’s palm or the blood draining from the neck of the lamb just puts a steel hold on your attention. You truly want to look away, but I could not in fear of missing something.

What carried the scenes were the main characters, Elizabeth Voulgar and Sister Alma. They seem quite opposite in terms of their personality. Elizabeth, an actress on a silence strike versus Alma, a simple nurse who could not keep quiet. But their time in the beach house…

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